Friday, October 5, 2007

Tangled Yoke Finished

My Tangled Yoke Pullover is finished! I have a feeling it's not what some of you expected it to look like. First, I'll show the photos and then explain why and how I did what I did. (It's a hazy odd day out; I had a lot of trouble getting decent photos. This yarn changes color depending upon the light, which is very noticeable here. The sideways photo is the truest to color.)









The grafted under arm:




As you can see, I chose to do a Henley style neckline -- preserving the split at the front of the cardigan. For larger pictures, an explanation of why I went that route, and details on all of the other changes I made, you can read my more complete post at my blog, which is found here.

7 comments:

Cheryl said...

It is so lovely!!! makes me think a ullover is the way to go except I am part way through the rib. Really exquisite.

Robin said...

Gorgeous! I Love it.

Mona said...

I love it. Do you find that the corners of the neckline flop around, though? That would be my concern.

Sally said...

No, the corners don't flop but that's in part b/c I made sure that I did a tight enough bind off (which was a two-stitch i-cord). I also reduced a few stitches at the top. It's something you definitely have to think about.

Ceylan said...

Beautiful! Really really love the neckline!

Mona said...

Ah, I knew there was a secret to the non-floppiness. Thanks!

Melisa said...

It's beautiful!